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# the irish read

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The Irish Read: 'Summers were for plants and foolishness, autumns for oblivion'
The Irish Read: An extract from Aingeala Flannery's debut - inspired by life in Tramore
The Irish Read: A short story from Wendy Erskine
The Irish Read: Rosita Boland on the power of friendships
The Irish Read: Four young writers share their poetry
The Irish Read: A short story from Philip Ó Ceallaigh's new collection, Trouble
The Irish Read: A short story from Adrian Duncan's new collection
Aoife Barry